Huawei Enjoy 60 to bring Kirin chipset and dual ring camera
Huawei P60 series finally began mass production and is ready to stock up the device unit for retailers. This is what we’ve been looking for and the launch event is now near to the closest.
This mass production is good news and the company is aiming to complete consumer demand with the Huawei P60 series in hand. Speaking of which, we don’t know the exact number of units that are being produced in the first round. However, it may be a large sum for sure.
Huawei P60 Series:
This new flagship will overcome the past flagship devices, and this will going to happen in both the camera and hardware sections.
Yesterday, Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO, Yu Chengdong shared a camera shot from the upcoming Huawei P60 Pro. The image shows immense telephoto zoom capability. But the phone will also come with a new night mode, which seemingly has surpassed all of its predecessors.
Also, the details at night are captured accurately and there is no sign of pixel distortion even after manual zoom. The moon in the background is now clear and perfectly aligned in the frame alongside the subject.
Information, reveals that the Huawei P60 Pro will use an OV64B periscope sensor for the zoom feature. It is a 64-megapixel camera also been equipped in past generations of Huawei periscope phones.
This time, Huawei could make it even more special with the help of the RYYB color array. This color array helped the Chinese tech maker to achieve a new level of bright photographs in the P30 Pro, and P40 Pro, and now it’s making a comeback with the Huawei P60 Pro. Why? Because this color array helps the sensor to intake more light and output a bright photograph.
Also, the new camera will get you an upgraded algorithm better than ever. The Huawei P60 series is ready and it could drop the jingle bells this year on March 23, as we wait for official confirmation.